El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 177, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 27, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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NINETEENTH YEAR. NO. 177
BL PASO,TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1899.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Successor to R. F. Johnson & Co.
Liquors, Brandies, Wines & Cigars.
80LK AGKNT FOR
Anheurser-Busch Brewing Association, St. Louis, Mo.
Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company, Milwaukee, Wis.
Manitou Mineral Water Company, Manitou, Colorado.
Italian-Swiss Agricultural Colony, Asti, Cal., Fine Wines.
G. H. Mumm & Co., Reims Champagnes.
P. A Mumm, Frankfort, 0. M. Rhine Wines.
Landau Fils, Bordaux Cognac.
Sergnouret Freres, Bordaux Clarets,
Dr. Alexander, Ciudad Juarez, Mex., Native Wines.
v-. R. MOREHEAD, President. I J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V.-Prest. | J- H- RUSSELL, Asst. Cash.
State National Bank.
ESTABLISHED APRIL. 1881.
4 Lufitimate Banking Business Transacted in all its Branches.
Highest Price Paid for Mexican Dollars.
A Motor man and Conduc-
tor Roughly Handled
hy a Mob.
TWO MAYORS AT WAR.
Mayor Phelpn of Brooklyn and Mayor Far-
ley of Cleveland do not Understand Each
Other Throughly—Soldiers Have a Hard
Time Securing Water—The Street Car
Company Say They Have Nothing to Ar-
bitrate—Large Mass Meeting Will be Held
—Cars Ran on Twelve Lines—Street Car
Company is Losing Thousands of Hollars
! which arguments oo the case will be
; heard and it is understood the smelter
I managers will submit figures from the
books to show the men have been work-
ing more days each month than they
claim to have been able to work. The
I decision of the board is looked for by
the first of next week at the latest.
There is a strong impression that both
sides are prepared to accept the Ideoi-
sion of the board with possibly a few
News from Durango is to the effect
preparations are being made to start
the smelte r there. The plant was open-
ed this morning and about twenty five
men, all new to the business, respond-
ed to the call for workmen. They were
pnt to cleaning np the works. It was
announced one of the furnaces will be
blown in tomorrow. The nnion h*s
prepared to intercept the workmen and
if possible dissuade them from going to
It is reported from Pueblo the Eilers
smelter is preparing to again resume
operations and the connty will be call-
ed npon for deputy sheriffs to protect
the men who choose to work.
few A Son, Dealers in Fine Shoes, El Paso, Texas.
The First National Bank,
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Capital and Surplus, $150,000.00.
JMhua S. Raynolds, President. Ulyses S. Stewart, Cashier.
H. W. Flournoy, Vice-Prest. Jos. F. Williams. Asst. Cash.
4FENRY L. NEWMAN. Jit.. Cashier.
WILLIAM H. WEBB, Assistant Cashier.
H. L. NEWMAN & SON, BANKERS,
'■Parenasers or Gold and Silver Bullion. Safety Deposit Boxes for Bent. A General Banking
Business Transacted. Mexican Money and ' xclianpe Bought and Sold and Re-
ceived on Deposit Subject to Check. Transfers Made by Wire to All
Points in Mexico. Special Attention Given Collections.
LISINHKY, A. SOLOMON, D. P MIOHKLSON. g. J. FKKUPBNTHAL.
President Vice-president. ,, Secretary. General Manuger
AND JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS.
We carry a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, and guar-
antee all our goods first class.
We solicit the trade of dealers only, and give especial attention to
BANCO COMERCIAL OF CHIHUAHUA.
<3ay and sell Mexican money and Exchange on all the principal cities of
the Republic of Mexico, the United States and Europe.
1 A General Banking Business Transacted.
CliaaOXOlM: LUIS TERRAZAS. ENKRIQDE 0. CREEL. JOSE M. SALOMIE.
MAXIMO KRAKAUEK. LUIS TERRAZAS, Jn.
CIUDAD JUAREZ. ADOLPH KRAKAUEK, Manager.
Agency of the “Banco Mlnero of Chihuahua.’*
HOUCK & DIETER,
tinperted Rhine Wines and French Clarets a Specialty.
, G. It. Mumm and Other Well Known Brands of champagne.
— AGENTS FOR 1
Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Co., St. Louis.
Pabst Brewing Co.. Milwcukee.
213 EL PASO STREET. TELEPHONE 56
* FASSETT & KELLY,
Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, Mining Supplies and
Ammunition of all Kinds.
1 taS“8ole agents for Buckeve Mowers and Reapers, Fairbanks’ Scales, Buffalo
Soalea, Charter Oak Stoves, Giant Powder, Aermoter Wind Mills, Studebaker
Wagons and Carriages.
Cleveland, July 20—The storm cen-
ter of the street railways strike has, ac-
cording to authorities, settled in Brook-
lyn, a suburb connected with Cleve-
land by a long high bridge. At uoou
150 employes of the Born Steel Range
company blockaded a car on the bridge
and dragged the motorman and con-
ductor from their posts, inflicting with
their fists and other weapons injuries
more painful than serious. Soldiers on
guard at the barn, abont a half mile
away, hurried to the scene, but the
rioters had taken refuge in a factory
which stands under the approach to the
bridge. The factory was surrounded
and the premises searched, but there
was no clew by which the guilty ones
could be picked out, so they beut their
efforts in assisting the bloodstained
motorman and conductor to move the
car, most of the windows of which were
broken by stones.
General Axline in, command of the
troops here, in order to personally view
the sltnation, took a ride today on an
Orange street oar. He was in civilian
dress and the oar was stoned at various
intervals all along the route, a rock
coming near hitting him. The general
took another trip through the troubled
districts but declined to give-a view of
Vigilance guards, while daylight
aid them, prevented trouble of a serious
nature. Preparations for mass meet-
ings at various points were made dur-
ing the day. It is expected that a large
one will be held in Monumental square
in the heart of the city tomorrow night
unless the mayor prohibits it. In pre-
paration tor one a platform was erected
today in Brooklyn to protest against the
action of Mayor Farley, of Cleveland,
who has assumed, under the authority
of an almost forgotten statute, the
police are the supreme power in Cuya-
hoga couuty. ibis leaves Mayor
Phelps, of the suburban, together with
his constabulary, shorn of their power,
and they don’t like it. The two mayors
are not on the terms that existed be-
tween the storied governors of the two
Carolinas The soldiers and the Cleve-
land chief of the executive special po-
lice in Brooklyn are not allowed to use
public hydrants to get water, it is said,
and upon various occasions bayonets, of
necessity, were used to convince the
shopkeepers that it was wisest to
sell the soldiers what they wanted.
Mayor Farley today mailed Mayor
Phelps a letter in which he declared if
the Cleveland cohorts had any more
trouble about getting water, Cleve-
land, which pninps water to the sub-
nrb, wonld at present aborgate the
trnoe and let the whole hamlet go
thirsty. Mayor Farley also issued a
statement to the strikers in which he
said the man who was more loyal to his
labor union than himself and his coun-
try was a coward and a bad citizen.
Cars were run on twelve lines of the
Big Consolidated today aud most of the
lines last night. President Mason of the
National Union of Street Employers,
in an interview today deolared as the
street car company according to his in-
formation, was losing thousands of dol-
lars every day the strike would
have to be settled soon upon the ad-
vances made by the company. Ia the
face of this President Everett today
again told the board of arbitration the
company had nothing to arbitrate. The
board was unable to take action look-
ing to a settlement in view of the atti-
tudes of the opposing forces.
The Tuttle Paint and Glass Co.
JOBBING PRICES TO DEALERS
Pratt & Lambert’s Liquid Wood Filler, per gallon, - - $1.50
For Interior Natural Finish Wood Work.
Pratt & Lambert 38 Preservative for last coat interior natural
finish, per gallon,.......$3.75
We can order any picture you want. We have a nice line of mirrors.
* Painters’ Supplies. - - Artists’ Materials.
\ The Tuttle Paint and Glass Co.,
BRICK MAKERS STRIKE.
Will Partklyxe All Ilullding; r pern t ions in
tb« City and County.
Chicago, July 20—The brick makers
in all the nnion yards of Cook county
will stop work tomorrow morning in
pursuance of an order for a general
strike. The strike will be one of the
most serious in years, and if it con-
tinues only for a short period, it wilj
paralyze all building operations in the
oity and county. It is the avowed pur
pose of the brick makers not to permit a
car load of brick to be unloaded in the
city as long as the strike lasts, aud
the manufacturers admit that they are
helpless to deliver. Between 2,000 and
8,000 men will go ont. Trouble with
the manufacturers for the last six
months is the cause of the strike
LAND GRANT CASE DECIDED.
The Tract Embraces About One Hundred
Thousand Acres in Arizona.
Washing ton, J uly 28—The secretary
of the interior today decided the case in
volving what is known as the Bacca
Float No.3,embacing about 100,000acres
of land in Arizona, in favor of the grant
The case grew out of an alleged .Mex-
ican grant to Louis Maria Bicca. The
claimant, it is held, is entitled to have
the location surveyed so as to exclude
all lands, either occupied or of a miner-
President of the Dominion
Republic Killed by
An Knergetlc Pursuit was at Once Begun
and It Is Probable He Will be Captured—
—Calmness Prevails In the Republic at
Present — The Vice-President Has As-
sumed Direction of Affairs—The Kemaius
of the President Will be Takeu to Santo
Fort Defiance, Island of Martini-
que, July 28—General UlysessHereaux,
president of the Dominion republic,
was assassinated at Moca, Santo Do-
mingo, at half past four o’olook today.
The name of the murderer is Ramon
Caceros. He succeeded in making his
escape, but an energetic pursuit was at
once beguu, aud it is probable that he
will soon be oaptured.
Vice President General Wenceslao
Figureom, immediately upon the an-
nouncement of the president's death,
assumed direction of affairs.
At present calmness prevails in the
The remains of President Hereaux
will probably be taken to Santo Do-
mingo for the funeral services.
JOHN KEETON’S CASE.
A Settlement of the Clay County War Ex-
Barboursvillk, Kv , July 28—Clay
county clans are gathering here for the
trial of Wiley and James Baker, which
is set for tomorrow. Among the ar-
rivals are John Daugh White and Jas.
Marcum, who are interested in the pros-
ecution of the Bakers. The Baker-How-
ard-White factions are on better terms
tonight than for many years It is said
a compromise is being effected and if it
goes through Wiley and James Baker
will not be prosecuted. If the factions
are armed, there is no indication of it,
and a peaceable settlement of the Clay
connty war is expected.
Washington, July 26—New Mexico
—Partly cloudy Thnrsday and Friday,
with showers in the extreme northern
portion; variable winds.
Colorado — Threatening weather
Thnrsday aud Friday; northeasterly
Wyoming—Generally fair; warmer
Thursday; fair Friday; easterly winds.
Wlmt the Ktradilion Law K»yH in Relation
to the Trouble.
Washington. July 26—Inquiry at
the state department fails to show there
is any legal authority for the reported
extradition from Mexico into Texas of
John Keeton under a charge of sheep
stealing aud his subsequent trial in
Texas for train robbery and murder.
The extradition law pledges the coun-
try to try the person surrendered only
on the charge preferred as a basis for
extradition. The conclusion is that the
Mexican authorities are refusing the
extradition on the charge of train rob-
bery because it was alleged Keeton was
only an accomplice, is also to be er-
roneous, and it is believed that the real
reason for the refusal is because the
crime of train robbing was committed
during the absence of the old lapsed ex-
ON A SR IKK.
United Itrotlierlimill of TuilofB Decided to
Assist the Coat Maker*.
New' York, July 26—The United
Brotherhood of Tailors, in secret con-
ference today with representatives of
independent unions, decided it wonld
take np the battle of the striking coat
makers. Accordingly about 1500 tailors
belonging to the brotherhood quit.
Jackson, Miss., July 26—Stanley
Hayes, a negro charged with rape, was
lynched near Brandon last night.
EL PASO, TEXAS
Cattle Inspectors Will be Located at Cuban
Washington. July 26—The secre-
tary of agriculture has decided to
change the regulations recently issued
for the free admission of cattlo to Cuba
next year so as to provide for the loca-
tion of the department inspectors at the
Cuban ports iustead of American ports,
as originally contemplated. The
change was made at the instance of the
war department and is intended to per-
mit the admission of cattle from other
countries upon the same terinH as from
the United States. Portions of the reg-
ulations at first drafted, requiring stock
to be graded and also immune from
fever, will be retained.
SMELTER STRIKE SITUATION.
W East, Las Vegas, N. M. Established 18H
^ Hooorro, N. M. Incorporated 1886.
Browne S Manzanares Co.
EL PASO TEXAS.
WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS, j
Phone 213. Cor. Fifth and El Paso Sts.
We sell to Dealers only.
£ McCormick Mowers, Rakes and Harvest Machines.
OFFICE, STAIR AND BANI
Work of all Kind*
Board of Arbitration Expected to Give a
Decision Thin Week.
Denver, July 26—The only develop-
ment in the smelter strike situation, as
far as apparent, is the adjonrment of
the state board of arbitration after fin-
ishing the examination of witnesses.
Another session will be held Friday at
O’BRIEN COAL CO.
PURE SMITHING COAI
Dealers in Lime, Cement, .Plaster and Hair. Mineral Paints and Morta
Colors. Roofing Pitch, Tarred Felt and Sheating Pajier. Hay and Grain
St. Louis Street. El Paso, Texas. Telephone No. 8.
DIETER & SAUER,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
Fine Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
Havana and Mexican Cigars and Cigarettes.Ciudad Juarez, Mex.
With the view of reducing
our stock before the arrival
of heavy fall purchases, we
shall give the public advant-
age of the following very low
20-pound pail Pure Leaf Lard---- I 45
8 cans California Table Fruit as-
sorted as follows;
2 Peach j
1 Apricot | .
2 Grape |................. 1
2 Plum I
Eagle Asparagus 3's ............. 'JS
1 can Columbus Asparagus...... 36
2 oaus Columbus Asparagus...... I 01
8 cans Blue Label Corn.......... 1 0*
8 cans Blue Label Peas.......... 1 0*
1 can Bine Lable Tomatoes 3’s— IS
7 cans Blue Label Tomatoes 8’s... 10#
1 can Blue Label Succotash 3's.. IS
7 cans Bine Lable Succotash 3's... I Ot
1 can Blue Label Soup 1 pintss.... IS
7 cans Blue Label Soups i pints.. 1 Ot
1 can Blue Label Soup, pints ... 3$
6 cans Blue Label Soups, pints---- 1 %
2 3-pound cans Delaware Apple
2 3 pound cans Michigan Plum
8 3-pound cans Michigan Peach
Butter ...................... 36
6 cans Deviled Ham f’s........... 86
3 cans Deviled Ham i's ........ 3S
8 cans Vienna Sausage is........ 36
1 large can Veal Loaf............ 36
1 can Hamburg Steak and Onions 3#
2 cans Chicken Tamales.......... 26
4 poundH California Prunes...... 35
6 cans Baked Beansl's............ 36
3 cans Baked Beans 8’s ........... 36
6 cans American Sardines ... 35
2 cans California Sardines, equal
to imported................... 25
3 cans Chili Con Came 50 ceuts,
or 1 can...................... 3#
8 cans California Jelly Is ...... 36
3 glasses Currant Jelly......... 35
2 large jars Preserves........... 36
3 1b new 1899 crop Evaporated.-.
Apricots................. .... 96
1 gallon Sunshine Catsup, good
quality, ....... 06
Princess Tea in perfection cans
very best quality in the city
for the money, per pound can 56
PILLSBURY’S VITOS 2 lb car
i toons, 15 cents or 2 cartoons ... 25
4 oaus French Red Kidney Beans
’ l’s .................... 35
2 cans French Red Kidnev Beans
1 can California Spinach.......... 15
2 cans California Spinach........ 36
1 can California Cauliflower..... 15
2 cans California Cauliflower 3’s.. 36
Armour’s Sliced Gold Baud Ham
in 1 pound cans____ ....... 35
Armour’s Sliced Gold Band Break-
fast Bacon in 1 pound cans..... 26
Cnrtice Bros. Pare Fruit Jam per
can, 10cents or 1 dozen cans.... t 16
2 packages Pillsbury's Vitos, the
world's best breakfast dish...... 2*
2 cans Brook Trout............... 35
2 cans Fresh Mackerel............ 36
3 cans Underwood's Little Neck
3 cans Pink Salmon...... ....... 36
Royal Kippered Herring per can.. 36
regular price 35 cents
Marshall’s Kipperred Herring.. 36
Regular price 85 oents.
TRY PILLSBURY’S BEST FLOUR
AND YOU WILL USE NO OTHBR.
Per 50 lb sack.. .............. $ ’1.96
2 cans Okra .................. 36
2 oaus Okra and Tomatoes..... 36
3 cans Corn andTomatoes...... 36
Use Pillsbury 's VITOS, the ideal
Breakfast Food, 2 two pound
packages ........... 25
1 doz. bars Buttermilk Toilet
Soap .. ............... 36
6 large bars Coliseum Toilet Soap 36
7 bars Kirk's White Russian
Laundry Soap...... 35
8 bars Kirk's Satinet Laundry
Soap . . ............... 35
4 2-lb pkgs, I. O Oats.......... 35
3 2-lb nkgs. Sioux Oats, the best
on the market...... 35
2 2-lb pkgs Flaked Wheat....... 35
2 2 lb Gold Medal Flaked Wheat 36
1 pkg. Grauose Flakes20 cents or
3 for.......... 96
8 cartoons Shredded Whole Wheat
Biscnit ..................... 50
3 cartoons Granose Biscuit........ 56
2 pkgs. Bromangelon . 35
2 1 pound cans Corned Beef....... 36
I 2-pound can Corned Beef----.... 26
1 4-pound can Corned Beef........ 46
1 6 pound can Corned Beef........ 70
1 14 ponnd can Corned Beef....... 1 56
2 cans Baked Whole Sweet Pota-
toes ............ 25
2 cans Mashed Sweet Potatoes.... 35
1 quart bottle :Lime Juice......... 50
1 quart bottle Lemon Juice........ 56
Underwood’s Deviled Ham ±'s..... 15
Underwood’s Deviled Ham 4's..... 36
2 cans Sliced Pineapple........... 36
8 cans Pie Grated Pineapples 3's... 36
We carry a full line of only the very
best cheese on the market such as Wis-
consin Full Cream, Imported Swiss,
Colony Brick, Limburger, Clnb House
El Paso Grocery Co.
Cor. Oregon & Overland Sts.
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El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 177, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 27, 1899, newspaper, July 27, 1899; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth580415/m1/1/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.